The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have worked out the defense of the coast in Abkhazia

According to information TASS, Colonel Vadim Astafyev, head of the press service of the Southern Military District, reported on large-scale tactical exercises held by the Russian military base in Abkhazia, during which they worked on the maneuverable defense of the coastline from a naval landing of a conditional enemy.

During combat training in coastal areas up to 5 km at the Gudauta and Nagvalou proving grounds, the motorized infantry units on the BTR-82AM armored personnel carriers using small arms conducted a draw of defensive combat episodes under various options of capture by the enemy coast.

The teachings of the Pacific Fleet at the site "Clerk". 2016 (c) TASS

According to him, the main emphasis was placed on creating fortifications along the coast, masking combat vehicles and inflicting maximum fire damage on the ships of the conventional enemy.

When advancing on a standard vehicle to the place of the rally of hostilities, the servicemen repelled airstrikes of a conventional enemy and overcame the zones of radioactive, chemical and biological contamination.

In total, more than 1 thousand military base personnel and more than 150 units of military and special equipment, including including Tanks.

These maneuvers are an integral part of the exercises of the 49 units of the combined arms army, which are led by Colonel-General Alexander Dvornikov, commander of the Southern Military District. They are held in the Stavropol and Krasnodar Territories, Adygea and Abkhazia.
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  1. +2
    14 September 2017 06: 28
    Maximum fire damage? So they would write to the bottom.
    1. +1
      14 September 2017 10: 32
      Abkhazia will become part of Russia after the referendum.
  2. +8
    14 September 2017 06: 36
    territories of the Stavropol and Krasnodar territories, Adygea and Abkhazia.
    - Now the Georgians will shout that the Russian armed forces have seized the territory of Georgia, i.e. Abkhazia!
  3. +1
    14 September 2017 07: 19
    There we need a base for our fleet - more precisely, we need an MTO point!
    1. 0
      14 September 2017 07: 49
      Already have - Ochamchira.
  4. 0
    14 September 2017 12: 26
    Quote: Lord of the Sith
    Abkhazia will become part of Russia after the referendum.

    And why, to put even one parasites and parasites on your neck? Let them go better than .... Georgia and they drink blood from it.
  5. 0
    14 September 2017 19: 29
    And then again the questions: where did Russophobia come from?

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